After playing Miss Hannigan, the alcoholic orphan hater in Annie, over 1,000 times, you’d think actress Lynn Andrews would be tired of playing her. Not true, she said. “As I get older, I feel like I understand her more and more,” she told me.
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San Diego’s GI Film Festival, the first film festival to focus solely on the military, is in full swing with events happening in Coronado, Mission Valley and even the U.S.S. Midway.
Judging by the long and winding line in front of the merchandise booth, The Phantom of The Opera will have no trouble selling tickets for its run at the San Diego Civic Theatre.
“For maybe six seasons we would always work together on the weekend and building our chemistry has always been a focus of ours for our performances” – Emily Deschanel on working with David Boreanaz
“I have friends who’ve been out there for a year and have only had six auditions. I had 59 different projects that I had went out for” – Shalita Grant on her first year in LA
Even superheroes have trouble with their love lives. That’s the premise of the fun, quirky British film SuperBob that screened at the San Diego Film Festival.
Wilmer Valderrama Talks ‘Minority Report’, ‘From Dusk Til Dawn’ and the “Fun” of Playing a Confident Character
“I’m so proud of my Latino heritage, but I think as an actor, you want to be known as an actor, as an artist.” – Wilmer Valderrama
The tableread app has a scene looping function so that actors can select targeted scenes to rehearse or only the scenes that they feature in.
National Lampoon doesn’t get as much credit as it should for what it did for comedy in the 70 and 80’s. With this terrific new doc out there, hopefully that’ll change.
Sonneberg and Rodriguez give the scoop about the show, rehearsing, acting in San Diego and more
“There was no hint of acting with him. And when I asked about the craft he did not seem to like to intellectualize the process” – Jadyn Wong on working with Robert Duvall
You know you’re thoroughly engrossed in a play when the house lights come up and…
Robert J. Townsend Talks SDMT’s ‘La Cage aux Folles’, His Broadway Debut in ‘Mamma Mia’ and Acting in San Diego
The past couple of months have been filled with firsts for Robert J. Townsend. In…
Directed by Steve Glaudini with a book by John August and lyrics by Tony nominee Andrew Lippa, the show is a treat to watch.
Watch the 2015 Emmy Award Speeches from Viola Davis, Jon Hamm, Peter Dinklage, julia Louis-Dreyfus and more!
Actor/Writer Michael Laurence on His New Play, ‘Hamlet in Bed’ and How Acting Helped Him as a Writer
Michael Laurence on his new play, Hamlet in Bed: “Once we get into the performances, I try to put the writer in a box and just live in the moment
Beauty and the Beast’s Austin Basis: “You get to fully excavate and navigate and explore the world of the character that you don’t necessarily get doing a play
There’s a lot to like in San Diego Rep’s ‘Violet’, most notably, the fantastic group of actors under Sam Woodhouse’s direction.
How cool would it be to have a one-on-one masterclass with Dustin Hoffman?
“For me things that didn’t happen quickly. It’s been a long process but it’s definitely been a fulfilling journey in the last year getting to do so much great work.” – Ray Donovan’s Christy Williams